On 17/09/16 03:27, Michael Catanzaro wrote:
> On Fri, 2016-09-16 at 17:19 +0000, Zbigniew Jędrzejewski-Szmek wrote:
>> Automatically? If I receive a bug upstream, I want to receive it
>> without the distribution's embellishments: I want to know what
>> *upstream* version of the software was used, how I can reproduce the
>> bug using generic installation from sources, and not using the distro
>> package, etc. Also, I don't want to read the full history on the
>> distribution bugtracker, I want to see a concise summary of
>> findings. I want to see an explanation why the bug is an upstream
>> bug,
>> not a distro-specific thing. The person who is forwarding bugs has to
>> all of this by hand, and doing this automatically is infeasible.
> I don't care so much about all that (it's more important for systemd
> due to distro integration), I just want the bug reporter CCed on the
> upstream bug, and able to respond when I ask a question.

Hi, we might be able to extend the External Trackers extension in RH Bugzilla 
to be able to create as
well as sync bugs.

We've shared the code with upstream to see if they like our approach so far.

Fedora is our biggest user community, so we can certainly make some Fedora 
specific changes to RH
Bugzilla should it be required.

Cheers, Jeff.

Jeff Fearn
Senior Software Engineer
PnT - DevOps - Development
Red Hat Asia Pacific Pty Ltd
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